Joshua Miller

  • Rhode Island
  • Senator
  • Republican
  • District 28

District Office #1

41 Talbot Manor, Cranston 02905

Phone 401-276-5582

District Office

50 Fieldstone Drive, Coventry, RI 02816

Phone 401-276-5568

Serving District 28

Sponsored Bills

SR 2884

JOINT RESOLUTION RELATING TO HUMAN SERVICES -- MEDICAL ASSISTANCE (Increases managed care hospital rates for obstetrician deliveries at one hundred ten percent (110%) of the Medicaid fee for service (FFS) rate.)

  • Introduced Apr 22 2022
  • 06/22/2022 Senate passed Sub A Jun 22 2022

SB 3033

AN ACT RELATING TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE, DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AND HOSPITALS -- GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (Increases the membership of the governor's council on behavioral health from thirty-one (31) to thirty-two (32) members by adding the president of the Hospital Association of Rhode Island or a designee.)

  • Introduced Jun 17 2022
  • 06/29/2022 Signed by Governor Jun 29 2022

SR 2437

JOINT RESOLUTION MAKING AN APPROPRIATION OF $2,000,000 TO THE RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (Modernizes expand access and provide additional funds to adult education programs in the state, create a strategic plan for adult education establish learning, intake and assessment centers.)

  • Introduced Mar 01 2022
  • 06/21/2022 Senate passed Sub A Jun 21 2022

SR 2546

JOINT RESOLUTION RESPECTFULLY REQUESTING THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES TO INCREASE RATES FOR EARLY INTERVENTION AND FIRST CONNECTION PROGRAMS (Directs the executive office of health and human services to increase Medicaid rates for the Early Intervention and First Connections programs allowing for payment of competitive wages for qualified professionals.)

  • Introduced Mar 01 2022
  • 06/21/2022 Senate passed Sub A Jun 21 2022
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Recent Votes

Jun 23, 2022

Miller voted Yes

SB 2855



Miller voted Yes

SB 3043



Jun 24, 2022

Miller voted Yes

SB 2551




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